We have hit the road again in our RV, first stop Branson Missouri! We have never been here before and are exploring the area for three days before moving further north. Our final destination in Missouri is the state fairgrounds. I’ll be speaking for the largest RV club in the nation at their 56th Escapade gathering!
I think we all get them, food cravings for that “one” thing that we are fixated on. Sometimes it’s salty sometimes it’s sweet and sometimes it’s all of them! Is this a daily struggle that you fight against? If so then listen up as we explore what your cravings are trying to tell you.
I get this questions ALL the time…..how can I lose weight OR how can I break through a weight-loss plateau? There are MANY factors as to why one person loses weight on a certain diet and others don’t, but today I want to address just one, a toxic liver. Want a skinny waist? Skinny up your liver!
Whether you’ve had the flu or not, it’s still very active and your at risk to still be exposed to it or even get a second round of it. I’m going share my top 7 tips to build your immune system.
let’s explore the question….. why is THIS year so bad?
Every year, there are usually a few different strains of the flu viruses circulating around. In 2018, we’re seeing more of the Influenza A-H3N2 than any other strain. This is the same strain during the 2014-2015 flu season that saw 34 million people get the flu. Now that we know the H3N2 strain has been dominant in previous years, you’re likely wondering why everyone’s in such a panic about this particular season. According to the press officer of the CDC Kristen Nordlund, it’s because of the timing of it all — and just how widespread the dang thing has been. “In previous seasons it tends to happen in different parts of the United States at different times,” she said. “This is one of the first years we’ve really seen that widespread activity is everywhere. Flu is really across the board in every state at the same time.”
Nordlund went on to explain…
although each flu season is different, sometimes you don’t really see much activity until January. This year, flu season started in November. It was happening right when everyone was being social over the holidays, potentially helping it spread. “The timing of it lined up with some of those large gatherings,” she added. Additional bad news is they are predicting it to last well into March, so we’re not even on the decline yet!
We’ve all done it, set a New Years’s resolution to eat better, lose weight and get fit.